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Gilas aims for title defense at SEA Games

Ravena leads the 12-man lineup along with co-veterans Troy Rosario and Baser Amer. Cal State Northridge player Kobe Paras and Filipino-German Christian Standhardinger will make their debut in this year's SEAG tournament.--Rappler

UCSB Men’s Soccer Picked to Win Big West North Division

In the South Division, Cal State Northridge was picked the favorite, receiving six first-place votes and 30 points. Cal State Fullerton picked up the other two first-place votes and 24 points to finish second in the poll. UC Riverside was slated third with 14 points and UC Irvine rounded out the teams with 12. --Noozhawk

Marcos Gil Selected To Lead Arizona Christian Softball

"Coach Gil is very passionate about the game. He knows the game. His players respond very well to him. It's all about development of the player, and he is great with that. I am excited to see how he does at ACU!" - Tairia Flowers, Head Softball Coach, California State University Northridge, Head Coach, USA Junior National Team (2013-16) --Victory Sports Network

ASU’s president discusses state of Sun Devils athletics

The first Sun Devils fall sporting event on campus is scheduled for Saturday, when the women’s soccer team hosts California State University, Northridge. The football team opens the season on Aug. 31 against New Mexico State. -- AZfamily.com

ISU tennis: Women's 2017-18 schedule announced

“The Cal State Northridge tournament this fall will be exciting for us because we will get to play some new schools and see some new faces,” Maloney said. “The girls are excited to get back and start the season again.” -- Idaho State Journal

In the end, it’s all about friends, fans and memories for SwampDogs

Jayson Newman, who set a league record for runs batted in, perpetrated an ice bath and cracked wise. The Cal State-Northridge player became a runaway fan favorite during his summer in Fayetteville. Newman batted .352, swatted 11 homers and drove in 56 runs, but with an answer indicative of the SwampDogs’ team-first philosophy, he demurred when talking of his success. -- The Fayetteville Observer - NC

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